Coming to Conclusions Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: W.4.3.E

Core Standard

Having the ability to sum up your argument, in any arena, is often an arduous task for most writers. An extra element of difficulty is thrown in when you are sharing an experience with your reader. Finding the balance between being objective and helping your reader to a conclusion comes with experience. The goal of a conclusion is to leave your reader with a clear and understandable point that is supported with facts. This is often lost by many writers when they are sharing something that they have been through and have an emotional attachment to. These worksheets help students start the process of writing in this manner.









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